According to Fox 28, Ohio’s largest school district has a new superintendent after the Columbus City Schools board gave the nod to Doctor Talisa Dixon. But some parents question the board’s decision. Chantreea Shaw has a son that attends West High School, and she’s concerned over the size of the district Dr. Dixon is coming […]

Independence High School, Lincoln Park Elementary School, South High School, Livingston Elementary School, Highland Elementary School and West Broad Elementary School all have one thing in common. No sidewalk. Students have been walking in the streets to get into the school and can be a hazard, especially during heavy traffic hours.  For 2018 the budget […]

It’s not senior ditch day or an early release but students all over the world are walking out of school today! This movement is one-month since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Students and staff in all schools are walking out of class at 10 am and will leave the building […]


Congrats to the Beechcroft Cougars boys basketball team on their first City League Championship in 35 years! Read more below via Coming into Saturday’s Columbus City League Championship at Africentric, Beechcroft and Eastmoor hadn’t met on this stage since 1994. While Eastmoor won the last matchup between the two programs in the City title […]

As we know February is Black History Month, this month is supposed to acknowledge African Americans that have helped contribute to society. Apparently, a New York social studies middle school teacher Patricia Cummings had a didn’t agenda in mind when she instructed her black students only to lay face down on the floor.  It has been stated that […]

After flying in HBCU leaders to The White House to sign an executive order that would prioritize these universities and colleges, Trump could be reneging on his promise. According to Politico, #45 signaled on Friday that he may not implement a 25-year-old federal program that helps historically black colleges finance construction projects on their campuses, […]

It’s not a secret that African-Americans living at or below the poverty line —especially Black boys— have the worst drop out rates in the nation. But a new study suggests that one way to lower those statistics is to hire more Black teachers. According to Quartz, researchers from Johns Hopkins are working on a paper […]

An anonymous donor pulled a good samaritan act by helping more than 150 students pay off their lunch debt. According to 10TV, school officials say the donor did this big act of kindness to honor a retired lunch worker who died in January. The donation of $500 helped many Port Clinton City Schools students from […]

An update has surfaced surrounding an incident involving Columbus students involve in a sex act in a classroom. The two 16-year-olds involved in the video will face one count of public indecency handed by the Franklin County Juvenile Court. As reported last month, two South High School recorded the video during class and was later posted […]


Though OSU students are breathing a slight sigh of relief after a suspect was arrested for Reagan Tokes’ murder, many are still slightly walking around with uncertainty. 10TV spoke to a few students who shared their uneasiness walking around campus not knowing if the same thing that happened to Tokes can happen to them. “It […]